Anyone who knows
should learn to know me
For I am like the Moon,
you will see
with a new
- Don’t Ask The Moonlight To Come In Through The Front Door (bullettrainofthought.wordpress.com)
- Haiku: Moon… (eof737.wordpress.com)
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Growth (mikehardisty.wordpress.com)
- Word study: astrology (everydayredflags.wordpress.com)
- New Moon (erinpillman.wordpress.com)
- Become the Sky (scottfree2b.wordpress.com)
- moon after moon….lessons of the heart’s cycles, spiraling down (makebelieveboutique.com)
Vaimoana’s beautiful journey..
It is with great pleasure that I introduce my Guest Blogger for this month, Vaimoana Litia Makakaufaki Niumeitolu. I am proud to call her my Tongan sister even though we live oceans apart. Vaimoana was born in Tonga, raised in the United States of America and she currently resides in New York City. Vaimoana is a poet, writer, painter, actress, storyteller, performer, playwright, educator, student, teacher, filmmaker in the making and so much more! Wow! She is an amazing Tongan woman! I am deeply honoured that she has taken the time to reflect on her life and share with us parts of her journey! Enjoy Vaimoana’s blog post! 🙂
Thank you so much Vaimoana! I admire all the inspirational work that you do. May you continue to encourage and inspire many others to carve their path in life with love, passion and a wonderful spirit. You are a blessing indeed! ‘Ofa…
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May these vows and this marriage be blessed.
May it be sweet milk,
this marriage, like wine and halvah.
May this marriage offer fruit and shade
like the date palm.
May this marriage be full of laughter, our every day a day in paradise.
an omen as welcome as the moon in a clear blue sky.
how Spirit mingles in this marriage.
Thank you Gina!!
I am a passionate person. Whatever I undertake, I put my all into it. When I was a child I adored swinging and wanted to swing right over the bar. I loved perfecting my swing technique and being as fast and strong as possible. That moment of weightlessness at the top of the arc was worth everything. It felt like flying.
My way of guiding my creativity sometimes results in a lack of balance. I will grab onto an idea and research it for hours. I am tenacious about whatever I set out to do. With my blogging, after six months of building and maintaining two blogs, and nearly 200 posts and 3000 comments later, I am longing for balance. Even now in my forties I see that I am still the kind of person who tends to swing into extremes. I can only hope that in growing older, or…
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